Updating Apps on Android

Apps on Android devices are set to automatically update. This automatic update option can be disabled, and in that case we would need to update the Apps manually. If automatic update is enabled, we can choose to wait for the automatic updates to take place or we can choose to update one or more apps manually. In this lesson we will learn how to manually update apps.

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Adding Apps From The Chrome Web Store to the Chrome browser

Google Drawing is not one that can easily be added to the apps launcher. I think the reason for this is that Google Drawing is usually part of Google’s other applications like Docs and Slides. We can add Google Drawing through the Chrome Web Store. There isn’t a shortcut to the Web Store in the Google Apps Launcher but there is a shortcut in the Chrome Apps Launcher. Click on the Chrome Apps Launcher.

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Chrome Browser Apps Launcher

The Chrome browser has its own Google apps launcher. This launcher is available at all times even when we aren’t using a Google product. This makes it ideal for us to access any Google product at any time. The Apps Launcher is found in the Bookmarks bar. If you don’t see the Apps Launcher then you probably don’t have the Bookmarks bar visible.

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Adding Google Apps To The Chrome Browser Launcher

The Google apps launcher automatically includes some of the more commonly used apps. These apps include Google Drive and Docs. If we use Google Sheets or Slides regularly they are not easily found in our apps launcher. We can easily add these apps to our launcher. Click on the apps launcher.

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Uninstalling Apps on chromebooks

Most applications on Chromebooks don’t take up too much space, but you might want to clean out apps every once in a while. I often need to get rid of apps that are out dated, haven’t been updated by the developer or have been made obsolete buy other apps.

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Installing Apps on Chromebooks

The installation of apps for Chromebooks is different from what we are used to on traditional desktop computers. The installation of apps more closely resembles the installation of apps on mobile devices like smart phones and tablets. Like Windows and Mac platforms, Chrome has an app store. Most of the apps in the Chrome Store can be easily installed in a few clicks. This is because most of the apps pull the necessary resources from […]

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